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 Picturesque cobblestone streets leading to the waterfront, handicraft markets, art galleries featuring colourful handicrafts along with samples of avant-garde art, restaurants specializing in both sophisticated and traditional dishes, and delightful beaches for just relaxing or practicing your favourite water sport: This is Puerto Vallarta.
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 The best way to explore Vallarta is on foot. The beachfront boulevard decorated with a variety of sculptures, is one of its most popular sites, and its bars and restaurants command a marvellous view of the bay. The downtown area, divided by the Cuale River, contains the main square, the Government building, the tourism office, several leather and silver shops, a small botanical garden and more restaurants.
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 Puerto Vallarta´s most famous beach is Los Muertos and legend has it that it owes its name to a battle between the local Indian tribe and a band of pirates. It is also called Playa del Sol and is very close to many of downtown hotels. An alternative for those who seek more tranquil surroundings to sunbathe is Los Camarones Beach - and if your family prefers water sports, Playa Norte is the place for you. Mismaloya Beach is some kilometres further along the coast. From here you can take a boat to explore other beaches. In the same area, Los Arcos presents impressive rock formations.
Puerto Vallarta
Puerto Vallarta
Puerto Vallarta
Puerto Vallarta
 Puerto Vallarta environs offer many sites: Marina Vallarta, 15 minutes away from the city is a nautical development with capacity for more than 300 boats with a first-rate golf course, impressive resorts and elegant bars and restaurants. The small village of Buycerias is famous for its inexpensive restaurants with inviting fresh seafood. Gold and sailing buffs can head straight for the Nuevo Vallarta tourism development in the nearby state of Nayarit.
Puerto Vallarta
Puerto Vallarta
Puerto Vallarta
Puerto Vallarta
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